Hopefully these "jitters" are just that. Just like we had jitters for the original IV. The only MAJOR hiccup I can see here is the alternate IRD location issue. This is something that happens a lot. I'm not sure how D* will handle these. Are they just going to tell the customer "Too bad, so sad for you huh"? They seem to have been letting these "Movers' installs" go in very loosley in the last few years, is this going to bite all of those customers in the ass? In that case, I don't really mind. It is against TOS, and I hate those cabin self-installs anyhow. IDK, I guess I have mixed feelings.. Just thinking out loud.
I think it will be ok.
Your handheld should be showing which of the customers boxes are scheduled for the IV Retest. If that box isn't there, then the customer will either have to go get it, explain to D* why it's not at the service location or job gets rescheduled. This can all take place in the first 5 minutes of arriving on site.
If the dish is in some crap location, again check the levels on the retest boxes before starting anything. If you need a jetpack to get to the dish, then the call to the sup can be made at that time. If he can come right away, you can procede, if not, something gets worked out with the customer for when you, them and the sup can be there at the same time.
If the weather is iffy, check the levels on the IV retest box, if good enough to pass, do the retest, get the code and close the line. Continue with the rest of the service call. If the levels are crap from the get go, either wait it out or reschedule. You can't guarentee max signal levels in crap weather anyway.
Don't think it's going to be that bad, except for those that slap a new fitting on here and there and call the service call done in 15 minutes.